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Nino Niederreiter avoids arbitration with his new deal with the Minnesota Wild.

NHL: Stanley Cup Playoffs-St. Louis Blues at Minnesota Wild Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

The Minnesota Wild finally sign Nino Niederreiter and the NHL decides where next year’s draft is being held.

Wild News

Wild's Nino Niederreiter signs five-year deal | Star Tribune

The Wild and Nino Niederreiter were able to come to reasonable terms and get a contract out before Nino’s arbitration date.

Boudreau confident Wild's forwards are 'as strong as anybody in the league' | The Score

Despite some roster turnover, Bruce Boudreau is as confident in his team as ever.

Off the Trail

Stars to host 2018 NHL Draft | The Score

Dallas will host the NHL Draft for the first time in its history for the Star’s 25th anniversary in the Lone Star State.

NHL 100 in 100: Jagr moves into 2nd place on all-time points list | Sportsnet

Your weekly reminder that someone needs to sign Jagr.

How the Tampa Bay Lightning Are Changing Their City | The Hockey Writers

The Lightning are having a big impact on Tampa Bay.

Health Is Key to Penguins Defense | The Hockey Writers

The Penguins’ most recent Cup victory would say otherwise.

All Around the Nation

Breaking down the NWHL roster expansion | The Ice Garden

WATCH: Episode 11 of What You Missed in Women's Hockey | The Ice Garden

What are the Montreal Canadiens? | Eyes on the Prize

Prospect pessimism is my approach to rankings | Pension Plan Puppets

What Can Rangers Expect Out of Kevin Shattenkirk in 2017-18? | Blueshirt Banter

Nashville’s Present Is Secure, So What About Its Future? | On the Forecheck

Who will become the Sharks' top center after Joe Thornton? | Fear the Fin

Andrei Loktionov Looks to Make the KHL-to-NHL Jump; Can He Stick the Landing? | Jewels from the Crown